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Some people with schizophrenia and other psychiatric disorders use anti-psychotic drugs to treat symptoms. Unfortunately, anti-psychotic drug side effects can cause significant harm to some users, especially pregnant women. Their babies may suffer withdrawal symptoms.
If you or someone you know is coping with adverse side effects due to anti-psychotic drugs, contact a personal injury lawyer to learn about your rights. At Hansen Dirani & Associates, we help clients obtain compensation for their injuries, which may include medical bills, lost income, pain and suffering and other damages. Call 877-583-0700 today. A delay may affect your right to pursue compensation.
Women who took drugs such as Abilify or Risperdal during the third trimester of pregnancy are especially at risk. In some cases, hospitalization may be necessary for newborns who are suffering withdrawal. Symptoms may last up to one month after birth.
The following is a list of some of the anti-psychotic drugs:
Get your life back. Take action. Before you accept any settlement with the insurance company, call 877-583-0700 or contact a Tulsa personal injury lawyer online. At Hansen Dirani & Associates, we have the experience and resources victims of dangerous drugs need to pursue the justice they rightfully deserve.
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